Call for Papers:
Justice Quarterly invites submissions for a special issue, “Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Public Health Studies,” guest edited by Travis C. Pratt. While there is a burgeoning field of research which studies violence and crime as a health outcome, little of that work originates from criminology and criminal justice. The goal of this special issue is to begin the discussion of health-related outcomes from within criminology and to ultimately build public health-criminology collaborations. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches are appropriate. Theoretical and analytical papers are appropriate and welcomed as well. All of the manuscripts will undergo blind peer review and the cut-off date for submissions is December 31, 2011. Papers for the special issue should be submitted through Manuscript Central: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rjqy.